This question is irrelevant. Preventing people from leaving? Not sure why this question is included in this survey
Answered - DEFAULT PROCESSOR II (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Practice integrity and high moral standards. Practice judgmental skills. Practice Job Adherence.
Answered - Collections Specialist (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ
Work with employees and see where they need help. not in a classroom for a week then no floor training
Answered - sear fraud specialist (Former Employee) - Hagerstown, MD
All fine! I have no suggestions
Answered - Contract Attorney (Former Employee) - O'Fallon, MO
More flexibility with scheduling
Answered - Customer Specialist 3 (Current Employee) - meridian idaho
I think that Citibank management need to be more down to earth with the quotas they suggest.
Answered - Personal Banker II / Business Banker (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Be consistent and understand family comes before anything
Answered - Full Time Sales & Retention (Current Employee) - Boise, ID
Let employees socialize with their team mates because it makes the workplace more enjoyable. It is possible to do your job at the same time as talking to your neighbor if it's not loud.
Answered - Account Investigator (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
To be very helpful
Answered - Senior Service Representative (Former Employee) - Manhattan, NY
Well, financial institutions are very competitive, so the goals for that reason are very aggressive, I think.
Answered - Business Officer (Former Employee) - Elmhurst, NY